Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: Film Reviews (2009)

Editor's Selection

“Rupert Grint gives yet another stellar comedic turn; without giving too much away, a scene where he consumes something intended for Harry and bears the consequences is one of the funniest things you’ll see in the cinema all year, and it is Rupert’s impeccable timing that gives it such warm humour.”
All About My Movies

“Rupert Grint does an incredible job of showing the evolution from the awkward, freckle-faced boy in Sorcerer’s Stone to an adolescent who is finally growing comfortable in his own skin."
Buzzine

“The same is true of Rupert Grint, who has always served as comic relief among the key “Potter” characters, and who comes very close to walking away as MVP (most valuable player) of this film. He’s grown into a very confident young comic performer, and in scene after scene, he finds the exact right pitch at which to play Ron Weasley.”
Hit Fix

“Rupert Grint is a growing comic talent.”
In the News

“Grint’s comic delivery absolutely shines, especially in the love potion scene. I’m really looking forward to seeing what he does with future, non-wizard roles.”
JoBlo.com

"Grint comes into his own as more than just comic relief.”
Miami Herald

“Rupert Grint has the true touch of comedian.”
Red and Black

“Grint steals plenty of scenes as Ron Weasley, having developed a range of emotions to add to his comic chops.”
St. Joe News

“..Grint arguably steals the film with his lovestruck antics...”
STL Today

“Rupert Grint as Ron once again showing himself to be a gifted comic actor.” 
The Herald

“As Ron Weasley, Rupert Grint is hilarious, capturing that feeling of uncomfortable, awkward youth.”
The Independent

“Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley: Blimey, Ron used to be saddled with simply saying blimey. Not anymore, and Grint has grown into the perfect comedic sidekick for Radcliffe’s Harry. Ron’s getting things done on his own as well, with snogging girls and playing some spot on quidditch. Grint is very comfortable as the slightly lower class every-teen that allows us access into this wizardly world.”
The Scorecard Review

“Rupert Grint’s Ron is still the leavening star..."
Time Out

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